anonymous
  • anonymous
how can you remember communative property and ect.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
the commutative property gets its name from being able to move, or commute, the number around freely
anonymous
  • anonymous
associative- you can associate, or join, numbers together freely
anonymous
  • anonymous
if you can remember the definitions, like the ones above, then all you have to do is apply to what you know you can and cant do

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anonymous
  • anonymous
for instance, if you have x/y you know that y/x cannot be done, so the commutative property doesnt work on division because you cant move them freely
anonymous
  • anonymous
commutative - I like to think of commuting to work You go from home to work and then at the end of the day you go from work to home h + w = w + h mathematically 3 + 2 = 2 + 3 This allows you to add which ever way you want.. 3 + 9 or in your head 9 + 3

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